Blake Shelton to release career spanning ‘Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits’ Oct 23rd

Blake Shelton is set to release the career-spanning Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits album on October 23rd via Warner Music Nashville.

The album comprises all of Shelton’s #1 hits during his 15 year career. The set will include Shelton’s first single, “Austin,” along with “Drink On It” and his latest #1, “Sangria.” The set also features several duets including “Hillbilly Bone” with Trace Adkins that kicked off a string of 15 consecutive number one hits that started in March 2010, as well as “My Eyes” featuring Gwen Sebastian and “Lonely Tonight” featuring Ashley Monroe.

The album will also include a bonus song, Shelton’s latest single “Gonna.” The song was released last month, but is rapidly climbing the charts and could easily reach #1 by the album’s release, bringing Shelton’s total #1 hits to 21.

Shelton will host the final edition of Warner Music Nashville’s summer series, the 6th annual “Pickin’ On The Patio,” on Wednesday, September 23rd at the WMN building at 20 Music Square E on Music Row. Doors open at 5:30 pm with the show to begin at 6 pm. The event is free and open to the public.

“Pickin’ On The Patio” is held the fourth Wednesday of every month, from May through September, on the WMN Patio. Over the years, the event has featured several WMN and Word Artists that continually fill the patio to capacity.


1. Sangria
2. Lonely Tonight (featuring Ashley Monroe)
3. Neon Light
4. My Eyes (feat. Gwen Sebastian)
5. Doin’ What She Likes
6. Mine Would Be You
7. Boys ’Round Here (featuring Pistol Annies and Friends)
8. Sure Be Cool If You Did
9. Over
10. Drink On It
11. God Gave Me You
12. Honey Bee
13. Who Are You When I’m Not Looking
14. All About Tonight
15. Hillbilly Bone (featuring Trace Adkins)
16. She Wouldn’t Be Gone
17. Home
18. Some Beach
19. The Baby
20. Austin
21. Gonna (Bonus Track)

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